Light Station is OPEN!
The Light Station Store, Fog Signal Building Museum and Outdoor Museum are once again open to the public! We do require masks be worn when guests are inside the Light Station Store and Fog Signal Building Museum for the health and safety of all of our guests and employees. Our seven vacation cottages are still available for rent as well. The Lighthouse Tower will remain closed to tours for the foreseeable future.
We are deeply grateful for the many generous donations we received during the first closure between March and June and the people that became Lifetime Members to help support us. You can make donations to help the 151 year old Light Station keep the light shining for generations to come!
Please cooperate with all County, State and Federal orders during this unprecedented crisis, wear facial coverings, be safe, use common sense, don’t hoard food and toilet paper, keep the 6′ social distance and be good to each other. Most of all, bring that positive coastal attitude and sense of humor to bear as much as you can!
Mark D. Hancock
Lighthouse Tower Virtual Tour
Since people can’t climb the tallest Lighthouse on the Pacific coast during the COVID-19 shutdown our ace 360 degree photographer Mike Chandler created an amazing 360 degree tour of the Tower from the ground floor to the Lantern Room at the top. Click on the Tower image to the left to go to the Lighthouse Tour page and view this amazing video creation. Our thanks to Mike for creating this unique way for you to virtually explore the Lighthouse!